(It's Not War) Just the End of Love

Album: Postcards From a Young Man (2010)
Charted: 28
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  • To feel forgiveness, you gotta forgive
    Do you see the stars or the darkness begin?
    You fight your war, I fought for my life
    You pay your dues and I'll pay mine

    It's not war, just the end of love
    Just like before but it's never enough
    Oh it's never enough

    You fight your war, I fight for my life
    You pay your dues, and I won't pay mine
    To feel forgiveness you gotta forgive
    It's lost on me, I believe in revenge

    It's not war, just the end of love
    You've got the looks
    But I've got the stars
    It's not war, just the end of love
    To feel some tenderness
    Do you have to give up?
    Do you have to give up?
    Ooh do you have to give up?

    It's not war, just the end of love
    (Just the end of)
    Just like before, but it's never enough
    It's not war just the end of love
    You weathered the storm but sheltered the loss
    but sheltered the loss
    but sheltered the loss Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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